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Technical Quarterly

Read the First Four Articles Published in TQ Volume 61, Number 1

Technical Quarterly Editor-in-Chief John Palmer explores the causes of hop burn, Roger Barth (West Chester University) discusses strike water and mash-in temperatures, Charles W. Bamforth (Sierra Nevada Brewing Company) reflects on 45-plus years in the brewing industry, and four industry experts from Urban Chestnut Brewing Co. and International Flavors & Fragrances provide a case study on reducing diacetyl. All articles are included in the latest issue of TQ and are free to read for Master Brewers members.

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